Summary: This radio made my day. I don't use CDs and sure I lost the iPod piece to it, but I am an USB person anyway. I can plug a large USB into the iPod deck and another on the outside faceplate. It's so much better to listen to the music I want when I want.
William from Toronto, ON, Canada, Sonic Electronix
21 October 2014
Conclusion: I had this system before...but due to ill sprayed cleaning product the system had a bit of a short circuit. Since my car was set up with this Stereo it was easy to take out the old and place in the new...
Summary: Installed myself into a Nissan Primera 98 (Infiniti G20). Used 3rd party wiring harnesses to make it easier (Nissan -> ISO & ISO -> Sony). Makes a very nice sound, but as I am in New Zealand the fact that the FM receiver only goes up in 0.2 MHz increments means I cannot pick up FM radio stations in...
Summary: Love this deck... keeps my ipod out of site with no wires running through my truck but allows me to have 80gb of music at my finger tip. I already had one in my jeep.. I loved it so much, I bought this one for my truck!
At first looks like a great choice use my iPod or iPhone inside ...
Richard Antonio Ramos Carmona, Amazon
15 July 2014
Summary: At first looks like a great choice use my iPod or iPhone inside the audio but when i do usually end whit mi iPod / iPhone on error by high heat and finallly prefer not to use to avoid any damage on my devices
Summary: I've had this radio for about 3 weeks now and its pretty freakin awsome! BUT!!! There is one flaw that I think sony should adress or update. The connections for the xm satellite radio are out of date. In order to get xm, you need to buy two pieces of equipment that are no longer made by xm.
Summary: The radio is Ok. The problem is in it's complexity. It's very hard to use and imposible while driving. The ipod feature is great, but limits the flexibility of the ipod in shuffle mode. Would not buy it again.